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(WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 12. 1864.
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LEVI L TAl E, Pub. Democuit.
V . H.JACOl'.Y, Publisher Star.
Blonwburg, Ana. 10. 1864
Am AFPRKNTK't: bot vtill be takeu at this
office to learn the art of printing.
Thk ' Abolition party were hard up for
votes ou Tuesday la.-t. They did no! have !
the services ol Secretary Stanton this time, j
lie did not send them 30 000 voted I
Th V ir wilt commence at this place
on Thursday (tomorrow.) Many articles
have already been brouahi in lorehibiiion.
IndiatioiiB are that the Fair will be a sue
. ; Coupon Treasury Notes, payable three
Mbs Mary Barki.ky has received rein- ; yt,.(rs from Ao?. 15irij 1864, with semi
fnrcemeuts at her millinery shop, in the I anriUH jmerebt at the rate of seven and
hapeol a larue acquisition made to her j ,hree.tenths per cent .per annum, princi
alread) extetH-ivQ Ptock of goods. Mary pH, aid ilJleresl boili to btf pa,d -in lawful
Knows how lo cater. tn trie tastes ot the!
most fashionable in dress.
Nkw Saloon Our young friend Mr. H.
C thristman,ha just removed to this place i V" lc,M- s",u v"-
ImmU a.hintOH City, where he has feen in l'. five " ",orK ,han lwe,,,J' eara
the Government employ for the last . ;hree fr,un lU"U da,e' H lhe 'nment may
years, and opened an A. No. 1 Eati-ig Sa j e'1' They will be issued in f-enomina.
loon. He know how to keep a sa'oou. and
with the. attention thai Mr: C. wi41 give it,
he will Jo first rate in this place.
btOJ a cull. See advertisement.
GrpKRAL Hookkr The Republican are
making treat noise and bluster about Fiuht
In; Jok HooKKa tiug in lavor ot the re
election of Abraham Lincoln. We pub
lished, says the New York Hern Id t a few
day ago, -a despatch from our Albany cor
respondent, announcing that General Hook- ;
en declared himself in lavor of the election
of -McCi.KLt.AN nn the platform adied and
urged by fie Herald. That statement Gen
eral Hookck authorized to be made.
Th Abolitionists of this place thought to;
. .1. : i . i k...
do a mart thing on election day by run
ning Lkonakd S. Stinknan for Member
against ourself, tlie regular Democratic
nominee. In this township, as ail know,
the Abs have ffstrong majqrity, and as a
maMer ol coarse to far as il goes their cundi
dtt would be oheadl lhe better members
oi their owo party woujd not be found en
gaged in such work.
The American AgticullmLsl published by
Orange Jieb in New York, has come to us
(or fArtober. It is an interesting publica
tion, calculated to enhance the interests ol
the farmer, and promote the objects of the
horticulturist. This is the standard publi
cation on all agricultural subjects in Amer
ica, ami the cheapest. This publication is
large, containing more reading matter than
most .like publications, and thoroughly il
lustrated throughout in every number All
for Si. 00 a year in advjnce Send and get 1
it No. 41 Park Row, New York.
Vot on the Cars. We have reliable
information of a vote having been taken
on the train between Elmira and William
port a few days since, which resulted as
follows: For McClkllan 91 ; Lincoln 22;
a majority for the hero of Aoliet&ra of 72
What may seera strange to some of the
Opposition, quite a considerable portion of
this vote were soldiers who have proved
tiietr devotion to the Union and the Con
titution on the battle fild. They are do!
alt tor Lincoln. -
"Poor TraT.'" -Tuesday eveninig last at
the Court House, the Managers aud Direct
or of the straights of this boro. gave an
rHertainment,at which they introduced as
one of the speakers, R. F. Clark. Esq (as
he raid) from the rebel county of Colum
bia, who was made the tcape gout in this
Congressional District two years ago to
"tand ia the boots" of the Rev; Geo. Lak
DO, to bear the sins of the outcasts, to
sava the roomy Ticket from'ignominious
deleat! He bowed himself to the yoke of
bit oppressors, and kissed the hands of
those who made him the dope and victim
of their selfish ends ! . It was a ead pic
ture to behold, bat it shows the power of
the arli'it who paints the canvass to suit his
own selfish ands Not one word of inqui
ry did- Mr. Clark make after the 'lwo thou
sand nwjirily" that was promised him in
(his coble old county, that was able to give
Mr. UncrJn for whom he spake, flue fwu
. sand rrpjirity.. Il he can't talk irr Bradford.1
belter lhan he can run for Congress, he will
find that ha is spell bound, and he had
better return lo bis -Uet-el County," and
?if Alj. Tf-har Lave llieyoies" Diaofurd '
' , ELECTORS.
At urge,RofltxT L Johnston,
William Longhlin, Paul Leidy,
r'dward R. Helmbold.Rot ert Swineford,
Edward P Dunn," John Ahl,
Thomas McCoIlongh,Geot2e A.Smith,
Edward T Hess
Philip S Gerhard,
George G. Leiper,
Thorna? H. Walker,
Oliver S- Dimrnick,
At ram B. Dunning,
John M. Irvine,
Joseph M Thorn peon,
James P. Barr,
William J. Koontz,
On thc morning ol the election as Thos
Downed was about to deposit his ballot a
couple ol soldier very politely stepped up
and iulormed him that they ha 1 business
with him over at the Provost Marshall's
office; and when there Mr. D- wasJoUl
that he was a deserter, ami h id no right to
vote. It appears that this man has been
working at Irondale Furnace Jor itearly a
year or moie, was drafted July last and paid
bis three hundred dollars, exempting him
from the service, but not till on election day
was it discovered Hint he was a deserter ! He,
it is said, voles the Democratic ticket to the
great dissatisfaction of the woolies !
Morc Military A'krests On the day of
election Shchiff Fubman, assisted by R. C.
Fkuit, took from the jail ' two men. who
had been placed in his keeping by the mil
itary authorities ot this place, to Hemlock
township, their place of residence, for the
pnrpose of voting; and while o, his trey
back with there (ilrafteil) men, the xvhohj
party wa arrested and taken to Harrisburg,
where they are confined at present, in
fome military lock-up. These Hemlock
men are claimed by she miliary to have
tieen drafted ;n the nine months service,
but never served their time.
Ma. Wim.iam Shaw wiil please accept
the 'hank of the Editor, as well as to ail
whom it may concern", for that large wi'er
pitcher presented us a few days since. It is
a handsome ai ft, and a very conenieut
institution" in a printing office. May his
shadow never grow less, and may he never
be d raited
U. S. 7-30 LOAN. .
. The Secretary of the Treasury uives no-
lice that subscriptins will be received lor
These notes will be convertible at the
option of the bolder at maturity, into six
I . -.11 ' K .. .1 , Kt .. i
! """" v' " "JX,U
' i ..it .. Kt r t v . tn. F.it. t,,i.
till puurtl iiiuiip V o I ys i nnj u . i
I - i-l l f c. lit
I tars or &ome muiMpie oi niiy aonars.
The notes will be transmitted to the
owners free of transportation charges as
oon after I fie receipt of the original Cer
tificates of Deposit as they can be prepared.
As the notes draw interest from Auhusi
1 5th . persons making deposits subsequent
to that date must pay the interest accmed
from date of note to date ol deposit.
Parties depositing twenty five dolla's
' atnl upwards for these notes at any one
, time will be allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent, watch will be
paid by the Treasury Department upon
the receipt of a bill for the amount, certi
fi ,, . .t rr ,l ,
tied to by the officer with whom the de-
posit was matte. No deductions for com
missions must te made from the deposits.
, Special Advantages of this Loan.
It is a National Saving Bank, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other, and
the bes. security. Any savings bank which
pays its depositors in U.S. Notes, considers
that it is paying in the best circulating me
dium of the country, and it cannot pay in
anything belter, for its own asets are eith
er in government aecuiiiies or in
noles or bonds payable in government
It is equally7 convenient as a temporary
or permanent investment. The notes can
always be sold forwithitl a fraction of their !
face and accumulated interest, arul are the
best security with banks as collaterals for
Convertible into a Six per cent'. 5-20
In addition to the vary liberal interest on
the notes lor three years, this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three per
cent, per annum, for the current rate for
5-20 Bonds is not less than nine per cent,
premium, aud before the war the premium
oo six per cent. United Slates Stocks was
over twenty per cent. It wll be seen that
the actual profit on this loan, at the present
market rate, is not less lhan ten per cent,
per annum. ' ,
Its Exemption from State ot Municipal
But aside from all the advantages we
have enumerated, a special act of Congress
exempt all Bonds and Treasury Notes fiom
local Taiation. On the average, this ex
smption is worth about two per cent, per
annum, according to the rate of taxation in
various parts ol the country. ,
It is believed that no securities offer so
gieat inducements to lenders as those issu
ed bj" the government. In all'other forms
of indebtedness, the faith or ability of pri
vate parties, or stock compsnies, or sepa
rate communities, only, iu pledged for
payment, while the whole property ol the
country is held to secure the discharge ol
all the obligations of the Uniud States.
While the government offers the most
liberal ferms for its loans, it believes that
thervery strongest appeal will be the loyalty
and patriotism oi the people.
Subscriptions will be received by the
Treasurer of the Untied States, at Washing
ton, the several Assistant Treasurers aud
designated Depositaries, and by the
First iValional Dank
or J3Ioomsbur) I'a.
And all National Banks which are deposi- ;
taries ol public mosey,, and all iespi.ciable
Banks and Bankers throughout the country
t, glTe further information and afford
pvety facility to subscribers. '
August 10, J864. 3ra.
TRESWEXTIAL ELECTION PROC
LAMATION. WHEREAS, in and by an Act of Gen
eral' Assembly of the Common wealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An A?M io regulate
the General Elections within this Common
wealth,"" it-is enjoined upon me to give.
pnMic no' ice ol said elections and to enn
tnerate in 8aid notice what officers are lo
be elected, I, JOSIAH H. FURaIAN Sheriff
of the county ol Colnmbia ilo hereby make
known anjj proclaim to the qnnlified elec
tors of the county of oIumbM. Siate of Pa ,
ON TUESDAY. THE FIRST DAY OF
NOVEMBER, beinn i'e First Tuesday in
said month, at which time Twenti-Six.
Electors, lor a
ol the United Slntes ate to be elected.
I also ii ake known thai the places of
holding the Elections in the several town
ships throughout the county, are as follows
Bloom lownshii , at the Court House, in
Benton township, at the Publie House of
John J. Stiles, in the Town of Benton.
Beaver township, at the Public House of
Frarklin L. Sburnnn.
Briatcreek township, at the Put lie School
House, near Evansville.
Borough of Berwick, at the Town Hoose,
in the Borough.
Catawiss ttwrtship. at the Public House
Of Samuel Kostenbander.
.Centre fownshiy. at the
niiatl He8. derened.
Con j tn'iaui to vv !,-h -:.
IIoi;c ot J, r
at the I'n Si
Houe ci! i -uhei; . n-;.r.
, j,, i;
t ;'.:ium:.frk '.ov. -'. in. at thc I utdic
Franklin lo-.vn.Miip. at Clayton's School !
GieeiiWuod towr.st.ip, at iheHoue
Joset ii a. r'a;t in.
ji.t..i, ... ,k.. ....... i, n .... t
Jacks,,,, townsr.ipa. the Hou.e oi Eze- !
LocM,.."townhi..at the Public House ot !
Joh., L Hrs.. i, .M.-.K..n !
Vl.tti;.. t ..,."..-! ... .i... n... r
i'niuui i-..ii-.,ii, ai iiic- h iu,ii!ic "I
Ma.'ison township, at the Public House
of Samuel Rirnuy
Mu Pieaaril low-i-hip. at the PuUic
House ot Thomas J'tues.
Montour township, at the Houe of Wm.
M jii townhip, at the Public Houe of
John A. Shuinan
Roariocreelc tnwuhip.a: the House for
merly occupieti by George VV. Dreistacn .
Oraniie townshic, at (he Putdic H-xie of
Alexander Hitches, in Oranev.lle.
Pine township, at the llou ot Albert
Sugarloaf township, at the House of A.,
Scott township, at the P.iblnj Hoo-e ol l
J. D. March bank
" It is lurther directed that the election of ;
the several di-tricts hal! be opened t e-j
tween the hours ot 8 ami 10 o'clock in m -lorenoon,
ami shail conimne open without
interi option and a tjf'ii rn meni until 7 o'ciovk
in the evening, wlieii the polls shall be 1
It i further directed that de myelin" of
Return Judues at the COURT HOUSE in
Bioomsbura, lo make out the General elec
tion, will be on the FOURTH OF NOVUM
NOT'ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Thai every person excepti'us Justices of ;
the Peace who shall h; ' I any i liicer or ap i
pointrnent of profit or trust under he Uni
ted Mates, or ot inisjyaie. or any city or i
co r orated d istrict, w hether a comrni.-simi :
ed othcer or otherwise, a subordm a:e riiri
cer or ai:ent lm i or shall be empi.it d ;
under Ifie le-ji-laiiire, executive nr j-i !ici
ar department ot litis S ate, or ol a iy crv f
or of any iiu-Oi;inrated d-stiirt, and a's,
that every member ol C ni:re-s arul of tie
State Lei-laiure, ar.il of the relect or Corn- ;
mon cnt.ncil ol any ciiv, or comi mi-sinn . '
ers of an; mcorpmated diinct, is by law ;
incajiable of holding or exercisi.,: at (tie 1
lime, the r ffice or appointment cf Jmlije, .
Inspector, or Clerk of any election of ;hi J
Common eal'h,-and that no Inspectnr, j
Jutle or oilier officer of such eleciion
shll fe eligible f be then voted tor.
And the said act of aeinhiy entitled
"an act i e!a:iiii to elections of thi Com
monwealth." parsed July 2. 1819, lurther
provides as follows, viz :
In case the person who shall have re
ceived the highest number of voies hr Li
spei tor shall not alien. I on the day of any
election, then the person wtjo 8lall have
received the second highest number of
votes for Judge at the next preceding elec
tion shall act as Inspector in his place.
And in case the person who has receive !
the second highest ncrnber of voles f,r In
speclor shall not attend, the person elected
Jude shall appoint an Inspector in his
place, and if any vacancy slit, continue
i in the board lor the space of one hour after
the lime fixed by law for the open-n of
the election the qoa; hd vo ers nt .!,e
township, ward or .,.!ne r vr4:ic.r -u-?i
officer shall hive t ee . p'.n, I jireient i!
the elenioi.. -h iii e one of tii.'ir nnni-
i ber to fi; socii VHCa:.i:y
'It sr,a!i '..e Ji:ty of i;:e sevt-rsl As
se(iors respectively 'o ;t:;:i.f at the place
of ho'diiij every yene'al, s.e-,ii or tv.vn
ship elei'nn during ihe whole lime sm'h
election is keji. oi.ei, for the purpose nt
"ivina itiforrnatio'i to the Inspei-trrs and
Jude, when cade 1 mi, in relatio i io tfie
riiiht ot any per-'i i rt-se?, j by them to
vote a such elecMTi, and on such other
matters in relation to the assessment ol
voter", as the said Inspectors or either of
thern shall fr irn time to time require.
' No person shall be permitted to vote at
any election as atoreaai , .han a white cit
izen of the aye of twenty-one or more,
who shall have resided in thi State at
least one year, and in the ejection district
where he offers to vote, ten days immedi
ately preceding such election, and within
two years paid a St?te or County tax which
shall have been assesed at leat ten day
before the elechon. But a citizen ot the
United Slates who has previously been a
quaiified voter of this S a'e and removed
therefrom and returned, and who shall hav
resided, in the election district and pa.'
taxes, aforesaid, shall he entitled to vole
alter residing in hi- State six month
Provided, Ttiat the white freemen, i-zen
of the United S ates, between the a- ol
wenty-one and twenty-two ears wo
have resi led in the election district ten
days as aforesaid shall te entitled to vote,
although they fcfjall not have paid tax.
'No person shall be permitted io vote
whose name is not contained in the bt oi
taxable inhabitants, furnished by the Com
missioners, unless : First, he produce a
receipt of payment, within two years of
State or County tax assessed agreeably to
lhe Constitution, and give sati-factory evi
dence on his own oath or affirmation of
another that he has paid such a tax. or in
failure to produce a receipt shaTl make nam
to the payment thereot , or Becond. if he
claim a r.gbt to vote by bring an elector
between theae of tweutyone and Iwen-ly-l
wo years b all depose on oath or affirm -at;on,that
he has resided in the State at
Ieat one y ear before bi application, and
make such proof of residenca in the dis
trict as. is required by this act, and that he
doe verily believe lrom the account given
him that he is ot the ape aforesaid, and
given such other evidence as is required
bv this act. whereupon the name of the
) person so admitted to vote shall be inserted
nr the alphabetical nsi oy me inspector,
and a note made opposite thereto by' writ
ing the word "lax," if he shall -be admitted
to vote by reason of having paid tax, and
the word 'age" if he shall be admitted to
i vote bv rea"n of ag?) h,(1 fl Mi"her i-hs
the reason of such a vo'e shnll he cai
ont to the clerks, who shall make a like
note in the list of vo'er kept ty mem.
' In all caes where the name ot the per
son clnimiPi: tn vote is no? f'tund on. tfie
lis; furnished by the Com i i-sioneri, or his
fiuht to vote whether f'und ihereon or not,
is objected to by any qnsdified citizen. :t
shall be the duty of the Inspectors to en.
amine such person on oa'h an to hi quali
fications, and il.he claims to have resided
within the State for one year or more, his
oath shall be sufficient proof thereof, but
he shall make proof by at least one cottt
patent wiuiss, who shall be a qualified
elector, that t.e ha- resided within (he 'is
tricl for morn than leu uays immediately,
precdins said election and shall also
wear that his bona fide residence, in pur
suance of h'n lawlul calling is within the
district, and that he did i:ot remove within
1 the district for the purpose of voting.
1 "Every person qualified a aloresaid,arid
who cha!l make due pioof if required, of
his residence and payment of taxes atora
sa id, shall be admitted .to vo-e in the town.
r-hi; a-.rd (rd.sin i in whicN he shall te-
p ';t,y ,..eroi! R'lall prevent or aUernpt
vi t -any niai'er o: :in e ecii'Mi uniier
i ''.) hid 'uiu such fl''ct;'!i or ne
'r ihrit'e-t violence to :ny such offi
ce', r.n I s',;ui ir'?rrii;-i fT improperlv in-tTf--re
wit!, t ir.i in the execution of his
td"CK up or ntterr.pt to block
nv or avT'iuie t" i!iy window
j j w ne re me a'i;e in a i e ihmucu, -i puan
( rio'on-lv flisiurb the peace of such elec-
L. . I L. ! I
tion, r hali use or praeuc
"' l"rv m, "' ljef-n
l" infit.ence nndu.v nr a erawe any el.jc-
"r- or f'rev,en' f'"" T" V""":' "
ii,rf"1 'reedoin ul chn.ee, ch persons
had t-e h i.'il in any snni
no eceeit'ii- five hur. d;ed I'ulnr.-. to be
! iirt prisoned fur a.y cue ro' Ii ihan i'ne
ti.-r n.ote than tv e-ve monihs a;:d it it shull
be sfiowii iu the Cour' t,er-.- the trial of
' sneh n Hence !lail be had tliat the person
: so olie),iinj as r,ot a resi lei t ol the city,
i ward or district wh frethe sid clTeure was
S cornniiue I, and not si, titled to vote there
j in, on conviction, he shad he sentenced to
' pay a fine no' less than one hundred or
more than one thousand dollars, find be
i'r pr ironed not less ihu't iv months nor
, more .ha t .wo- ars.
Given under my ham, at my office in
BI.-iMiiriir;:, t 12 h U rd Oct her,
in the war o' nnr Li-rd, o.ttt thi!l-and
eij',t f-u mi red ,m I six y '...-nr. .md ir. t!.
' eijiitv niii ri oi' t!i e ;i.!i',,om j.'M'i; the
JOS1A1T II KrilMAN.-ShtriiT.
Bioomsbnr.', Oct 12, !G4
' I'ne sub-ribjr, proprietor o
' " named extensive establish)
of the ?bove
men;, is now
prepared lo receive orders lor all kituU of
machinery, for C'OLLERI ES BLAST FI R
N A C ES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESHIMG MACHINES, &c, &.c.
He is also prepareil to make S oves, all
sie- ami patterns, i'Jow-irons, and every
thing usually ma le in rirsi-class Foundries
Hts elmi-ne facilities and practical
workman, wairant fiim in receiving the
largeii contracts or the most reasonable
tV (Jiain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange I ot Cl -! i"ls.
ViT This e-tat ii-h rnent i located near
he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
PETER BILLMEYER. '
Blorrnsbur2, Se.it. ISri.l.
f OLldlBI A COIXTT, feS :
In the Court ot Common Pleas of Columbia
C'mii ty iitteulta it is thus contained:.
In the mnl'er of lhe And now to w it :
C cmelery m Scolt Ip. j On the 8lh day o.' Sep
temner, Jfcbl, upon the presentaiimi ol t' e
petition -ot Eli Crevflm and nt her.-, pray -ini
that the "Creveling Cemetery" fie in
corporate.! with such power-, an I under
siicti reslrictions a a.e se. Uir'h in - it in
sirurrient in writing this da filed, ttins
lorth orject. article-, rood ,tiii..- in ii e and
Mjie. nn !er winch they have a.--ciat.-.!.
It was ordered that notice t!n-r"of he tven
bv pnblication agreeably lo the act ol .s
seiiibly in such r-a-e made and provide I
By order ot lhe Conn.
Certifi d from the Recordis. Sepi. 8, 1861.
JES -E COLEMAN, Frothy.
Septpmer M, lf64.-;d. t2.
JZcru SIaii ! JscL'EcUaia !
VLl' f; e, lari'e. i. -e. ,. , , t-nur tv
k .-i PEOPLIS t-'H -MCE FOli
ri EVIDENT OF Tin: UMTKI 1 TKS.
T'ii- J-...-.-HV i' e; re.e. hitn ori his
t-'.;;,'k hor-e o , t; - b.,t t fi-ld o! Aliti?tam
ii b Sd. Ti.e Miiy .n-knnwieded
correct iiiei e yet pi,rli-hed. From an
orii'iai paintiti by S('1!USELE fiom iile.
etit i-y mail on a siiti paper roller. Price
THREE LQi.LUiS. L-heral inducements
to Agents. l'ibtisl,ed by
702 S. Third Mreet, Phila.
Sepiembei 2H, I84.
HOW AUOS ASSOMATIwN .
DISEASES of the Nervous. Seminal,
Urinary ami Sexual Syterm new- and re
liable trea'merd in Reports of the HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION Sent by mail in
Sealed letier envelo.es, free ol charge.
Address, Dr. J. SKILL1N HOUGHTON.
Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
S'rcet Philadelphia, Pa.
Dec. 16 l i3 1 y
Consumptive sutlers will receive a
valuable nrecri;-ion tor the cure of Cotl-
-i, ir, ;n ion , Ast'.rr.a
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t.ir iat ai'd L
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A . WILy . Wiiiiarn.-
21, ltr4 --3m
CHARLES G. BARKLEY,
Atlorncy at Law,
BL0031SCIIIG, 10L13ICIA CO.i I'A.
WILL practice in the several Courts of
Columbia county. All legal busine-s
intrusted to his earn shall receive prompt
O F F I C E,On Main Slree,N Exchange
Buildups, over Mil'.sr's JS'-' .e.
April 13, lfi4.
lO0MS in tbe Tt.ird Story ol the F.x-
chaug-e Block, (entrance above the
B ok Store,) Bloomsburg, Columbia coun
ty. Pa. . - .
Bloomsburg, No.23, 1859 If.
GROVESTEEN 80 CO.
riAAosoir: e: a sir a crnKEKs,
O.C2ifT5ri "j-"'.. ryt rTS fT r?l C?""' Pf
THE attention of the public at d the trade
wood Piano Forte, which for volume and purity of lone ure linn veiled bv any nrnero
offered in this market. They roniain nil 'fie modern irr provemeiiis, French , Grand
Action, Harp Pedal. Imn Frame Ovtr-S.nini- Pa" '&-.. d each ins'rument beine made
under the perso- al s.-.t ervisi ti cl Mr J. I! GJ ()VP'I EF.N, who has bad prarticalex
rerience of over 3'J years in their rr ai ulactnre. is hilly warren'ed ir every particular.
The Grovestetn I'iuno-Forfe Itecfivnt tic llishtst oicurd f Mtrit ovtr ull others
at the Celebrated Worlds Fair.
Where were exhil ited instruments hom the besi makers of London, Paris. Germany,
Ptiilanelrihia. Baltimore. Boston iind New York; aid al?o at lhe An.erican Institme for
five successive years, the gold and silver
ware-roon. liy the inrnd ncticn ot impro err ems we n ane a sun mnir .-v. .
Forte, and by manufacturing larely , with a shin y a-h system, a.e enabled to offer
thee ins'ruments ai pru-es which will preclude all competition.
PRICES: No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners. Kosewrx.d. plain case S275. n.
Seven Octave, round corner-, Roo wood l e .v mmddfus 300. No 3, s-even Oc ave,
round corners. Rosewood Lo,n X V sl le
ll 1.0i AIV Sl te ;,'JV3 a IHC Mmilf mi inr nil.,. - . ..i
ESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FKEE.j
July 13, 1S64 ly
IT. IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
SLF-Jl VJUST1XG irilLXGER.
Xo li'o til Work to swtll or split Xo
Thumb-tici ftp to g-e.f out of urdfr
IVarrantedicilh or without cog-wheels
TT tyok the first premium at riliy-seven
SiHte and County Fair- in and i
wiihout any exception, the bet Wringer
ever rn.a !e. Patented ill the United Slates,
E-ojia.id, Canad, and Australia Aiieuts
wanted in every town, ami in ad pan-of
the world. Energetic Age.-im caii make
Irrmi i:iree to leti Dollars per day.
S,ni, le Wringers sent Express 'paid on
receipt o price.
N. 2, iff at). N'o. 1, S7 SO N". F. 50.
N . A. tS.fO." Manufactured ami sold,
wi.ole-aie and retail, bv
THE f U I N M M A N U FA CTURI NG CO ,
No. 13 Piatt S 'eet, N. V. & Cleveland, O.
A H FRANCISCUS. Agen-.
II hat Everybody Knows, viz:
That iron well i:ulvi,iiized will not rust.
Tna' a simple machine is be'ter' than a
complicated one. That a Wringer should
be sell adjusting, durable, ami efficient.
That Thumb screws and Fa-teniugs cause
delay anil trouble to regulate and keep in
order. That wTioil. soaked in hoi water
will dwell, shrink and split. 1 hat wood
bearing- lot the snalt to r.m in will wear
out. That the Putnam Wringer, with or
wit ho ii i con wheels, will not tear itie clott e
That von wheel regulator- ..re not essen
tial. That ihe Pmi.ani Wringer ha i i he
advantages, and not one ol the disfdvari
lajes almve named That all wtio have
tested it , proi. ounce il the b st W'.nger
ever made. Tt-ai ii w ill w ring a THREA1
or a BED QUILT without aileratior..
We nnuKt fill the paper with testimoni
als, but in-ert only a lew to convince the
skeptical, if such there tie; arul we say io
all, tes. Putnam's Wiinuer Te-t n thor
oughly woh any and ail o:her-, and if n t
ei tirelv sat i-f-tcl orv return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
it - iivi I nun i
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Ma'iy ears ex. eri
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iibov'e s'.a.eiiient in ai
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JNO C LEFFERTS
No. KHJ BecKinati Si.
New York, January , 1864.
We have le-ted Putnam's Clothes Wring
er by practical working, and know that it
wiii do. Ii is cheap, it is simple, it requires
no room wheiher at work or at rest; a child
can operate il It does iUduty thoroughly.
1: saves time and il fine- wear and tear.
We earnestly advie all who have much
washing to do, with ali intelligent (.er-ons
who may have any, to buy th.s Wringer.
Il will pay lor itself in a y ear a, irio-t.
July 6, 1864, ly.
NON EXPLOSIVE PURE
"CRYSTAL CARBON OIL.
C"r: r rr j ; i r ..j
Vc ii.B. i:r.i i;ivi: iitmr
II L. HOLDEN,
WiUi .nispor:. July 6. 1S61. it.
AaliCiial i laiin Ascnys
C"NDI CTSU EY
HARVY 56 COLLINS,
If -'ASIUSGTOS U C.
iS order 'o lacih ate the prompt adju-t-men1
of Boiui'y, airears ot pay. Pension
and other claim di) soldiers and niher
persons lrom the Government of the U. S ,
the under-igned tea made arrangement
with lhe above firm whose experience and
c!o-e proximity to, and daily intercour-e
with, the Department, as well a- lhe early
knowledge acquired by them of the deci
io.i treqnenlly being made, enable ihem
to pro-ecu'e claims more effect ually than
Attorneys at a di-tauce can po ibiy do
All persons entitled o claims ot ths above
description can have ihem properly attend
ed to by calling' on me aud entrusting them
to my care. - W. WIRT,
Agent for Harvv & Culiiu.
Bljooibburg, Au-jusl 10, 114.. '
S . T
- i. .
TV -. IT"r Tr. C7S' "?fCr2
is invited to onr New Scale 7 Octave Roe-
medals frmi ?o:h ol which can be seen at our
f-3?o a lac simile nt n.e anorf em
O ne ol the o!de-i an imost 'eliabl e rem
edies in (he world foi Coughs, Colds,
Whooping Cough, Bionchiti,iiif-fi.-ti!iy
ol Breathing, Asthma,
Una rreness, Sore Throat.
Crono.and every AfI-;iioii of the THROAT
LUNGS and CHEST, including even
WISTAR S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
tv general has tlie use of thisrt niedy
become, and so popular is it everywhere
that it is unnecessary to recount its virue-.
Its work speak for it, and fi id utterance
in the abundant and voluntary tes imouy ot
the many who lrom long sr.flering and set
tled di-ea-e iiave by its ue been re-.oreil
to pri-tine vigor and fiealth. We can pre
sent a mass of eviJetice iu proof ol our
as.-e.t inns, t hat
CANNOT BE DISCREDITED.
Testimony of Mr JAMES GRIMES,
a gentleman highly e-teemed in Columbia
Co. Pa , auJ one w;;oie etateineul ' can be
Mi. I lasar.t, Col. co., ' Pa , May 21.1890
Xlfr Setli W Fo ler& Cn., Bo-ton
Gentlcitieii About three year ag'.i our
daughter, now tselve years of age, wa
se.vere!y iHicted with croup. A uenerai
iiritalionid ihe lungs lollowed, nroducing
afieclit: cough, whi.-h became almost con
stant, swelling ol lhe temples anil other
indications ol Consumption were aUo ap
parent, ar d her lde was. ('e.-paired of bv
t er ptiysir-iau. A' this critical moment we
were imlined to give Dr. Wi-tar's Balsam
rd Wiiil Cherry a trial, ami after she had
taken one bottle we found her so much re
lieved .bat- it was ihcngf.i nnnece-sary to
continue n- u-e. Jn,ee that lime we have
ned ihe Balsam ir. our family in ca-es of
Coughs and ('old-, i nd believe il to be a
-ni-.erior remedy loi all disease ol the
Your with respect JAMES GRIMES.
FROM JESK SMITH. K-q.,
Pre-idcii. of the Morris County Bank,Mor
r ist own, N J.
"Ilavu-g useil Dr. Wist&r's Balsam of
Wild Ctierry 'or about fi'teen years, and
having real zed lis bei,eli -ial reults in my
luiiU, i' a dor. I- me 2'eal pleasure in re-
Coi.tmei.-ii'ig it o is.e put-ins as a vaiua-
i t -. i-.i-e. -.1 V.eai. 1'1'IJ-, C'.ft-,
i; ...' Lv .. ,1 a it 'e-l w hicn I consid
' r i ii. eni. and may be (a-
!. i -a i. t oy -lin mot deli-
-1 M- 'V I- )N v. S; rn,
i : i Lr -r i i Wc.-tm:i!ster,
i..,vm .... s. i:;il iin-a'i'-n n-e-1 D'.
Wit.tr'- Bai-:in o W.;.! l'ii-tiy for severe
i-'M- and alwavs with de, i.ied benefit. I
k':,;w r.i no p'e;- ration that is more efli-raem-.s
or in. ire deserving of general Use.
The Hal-am ha- aNo been used with ex
ceiier.l efipci by J B Elliott, Metchanl,
Hah - Cm-s Rnads, Md.
WISTAR S BALSAM OF W ILD CHERRY
None genuine unless igued"I BU VTS, :'
on Ifie Wrapper.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, N.Y.
S Y. FOWLE & Co., Propr etors, Bo.-toa.
And by all Druggists.
Ki DDIMj'S Rlr?SIA SALVC
He tls O, 1 ore;
Redding's Russia Salve Cures 'Bums,
R-dding's Rus-ia Sdlve Cures Wounds,
Re.iilmg's Russia Salve Cures Boils, Ul
Redtling's Riissia Salve Cures Salt
Rheum, Piles, Erysipelas.
Redding's I u s-i ,i Salve Cures Ring
worm. Corns, &e.
No family shoul.l be without it.
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX.
For sale bv
J. P. DINSMORE, No 491 Broadway .N.Y.
S. W. EOWLE & Co. No. 18 Tremont St..
Bn-ton, and by all Druggists anJ Country
' Aug 10, 1SGL ly.
v mn eti
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
rfHE untiersigne.l respectfully informs
his friends and lhe public generally,
thai he has just received lrom the Eastern
Cities, a large as-ortment of
ji-tji.tjNi wj Jv. . 2fc.pi i.v -
Fresh from ihe seat of Fa-hion, of all
sorts, sie and quantities, which will be
'sold cheap lor cash or country produce.
11 A TS & CAS 8
BOOTS AND SUOES.gbj,
i ogetner w un a variety oi no
tions and thingw too troublesome to numer
ate, Co which he invites lhe attention of pur
chasers. D2? He is oho prepared to make us
clothing to order on reasonable termp,
and tip to the latest fashions.
rSCall aud examine our stock of sroods.
U! ooaisjurg, Ajirii 27, 1S64..
' A.l VERMONT
GROVER 8c BAKER'S
CVI.rRKATKD KI.ASTIC STITCR
SIVBC- MM biiim:s
Were av.arc'ed the highest Premiums over
ail Con-p'i'ors nl ti e fellow ing Slate
and (.'ounlv Fnr- of 1K63. '
NEW YORK SIATE FAIR. ,
First Premium 'or fttiiiiy Machine.
First Premiuni for. Maunfacmrina Machine
K r-1 Premium for M'-cl.oie Work
INDIANA SI ATE FAIR.
Fir't Premium lor Machine for all purpose
Fir-i IVemium for Maohiue Work
VERMONT SPATE FAIR.
Fir t Premium for Family Machine.
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine.
First Premium lor Machine Work
OHIO STATE FAIR. - '
First Premium for Machine Work '
IOWA STATE FAIR.
First Premium for, Family Machine "
First Premium tor" M-tnuractniinjj Machine
First Premium for Mac'iine .Work. -ILLINOIS
STATE FAIR. ' .
First Premium for Machine for all purposes
F.rs'reininrn for M ichme Work
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR .
F r.-t Premium for Machine for all purposes
Frist Premium f'r Machine Work,
MICAIGAN TATE FAIR
First Premium for Manufacturing: Machine-. '
F:rM Premium for Family Matdiine 3
Fir-1! Premium for Maclnni Work
PENN'A STATE FAIR , . ,
FiMt Premium for Manufacturing Machine
Frist Premium for Machine Work
OREGON STATE FAIR. :' '
First Preminm for Family lachin - '
First Premium fT Machine Worlc -- - ' '"
CHITTENDEN CO.-VtGR L SOC. '.. ,
r"trst Premium tor Family M chin "J
First Pre.iiiiirn for Manilr.cturiiig M4oi ine
Fir-t Pre.riilliri fr-r Machine Woik.
FRANKLIN CO N Y, FAIR.
First Premium lor For.iIy AInd.iin.
F:r-t Premintri f or M a I n f tci n rm f Mi'l'
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Vi. A""L SOC
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium !r Mnnlactuung M,achi..e
Fir-t Premium for Machine W--rk
HAMPDEN CO. M- AG L SOC. '
Diploma tor Faulty Maidii-ie;. .
I)i,.',oma lor Macttine vVoifc.
WASHINGTON CO, N Y FAIR.
First P entium jor Family Machine
QUEENS CO N Y FAIR
Firsi Picmium for Fan.ilv Machine
Firsl Premium lr Ma.. utat ti ring Machine
First Premium for Mac'iine Wot I,
SA BATCH" A CON Y, FAIR.
Fir' Premiuui for Family Machine
MECHANICS INSTITUTE P. FAIR. '
Fir.-: Premium for 5lachine for all purpose
First Premium tor Machine Work
GREENFIELD O UNION FAIR .
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium lor Machine Woik.
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR '
Fir-. Preiiiintn for Fainilv Michine
Fir-t Premium 1or Machine. '
MONTGOMERY CO P.i r FAIR. , .
Fi.st Premium lor Mai hine for all mr'M!
Fir-l Premium Inr Machne Work
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cl FA III.
Firs. Premium tor Family Machine '
Fif-l Premium fnr Machine U'nni.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT Cal FAIR.
Fir.-t Premium fnr Family Machine.'
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
j2fT.ie above cnMipri-HB all th- Fa'rf
at which the Grover & Baker Machu e-
were exhibited this year.
Sales-rooms, 495 Bmadway, Nw Yotk
730 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
March 23. 186 1 1 ' - -
THE Greatest Improvement yet in the
Sewing Machine Art. A curiosity wortn
Please send for circular with sample -f
These Improved Machines sarp oj.
hundred per cent of thread and silk, atil
m;tke the lock stitch alike on both s'vtle
They rerjtiire no i tisiructiins to operate
perfectly, except the "printed direction
No change in sewing from oi:e kind- f
goods to another.
And no tak.ng apart to clean ' oil.
Our New Manufactory is now complete
with all its in ichinery and tools entirely
new, and is already rapidly turning' ont
Machines, which lor heautv and perfection
ol finish are not ourpassed by anv in.iuufai--,
lure. ti the world.
N. B. Should any Machine ptove nn-at-isfa.-iory,
it can be returned ami mouev
Agents wanted in counties not canvassed
by our own Agents
FINKLE & LYON S. M. CO. V
No. 53S Broadway, New York.' "
April 20. 164. ly.
A not her Arrival of Cnou1.
Hat, Cap and Groccrv
Si3 J. "LLi 3I?J a
Xoiv is Your Time to liny.
HE NOW' SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVEU
ri'MIE undersigned hnving jnsi return "1
X fiom the Eastern cities withalarg
an.f full assortmeu' of f. R q Kf
in addition io a super vTV-y 1 e.
or STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
'Q HATS AND CAPS,
comprising every foil and qualitt . is imw
prepared to sell :. little cheaper than cu
t' purchased elsewhere.
H's Stock ol GROCERIES r- not m.
passed in this maike', which he r.tter
cheap for rafh, or in excfianjse for Gi'AIN
ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS, -MOliOCCOES,
ar.d LININGS to which i i.iv:-e tie ak
lenlion ol Shoemakers' nnd ' loiblic.
Give him a call t Sir n , Old S and,
on Main Sireet.
JOHN K. G !;lN.
Uluvrcsburg. April i7t l?4.-;
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